Conference Organizers

Conference Co-Chairs

Contact: hcompconference@gmail.com

Jane Hsu

National Taiwan University

Ming Yin

Purdue University

Works-in-progress & Demonstrations Co-Chairs

Ting-Hao (Kenneth) Huang

Pennsylvania State University

Jahna Otterbacher

Open University of Cyprus

Doctoral Consortium Co-Chairs

Chien-Ju Ho

Washington University in St. Louis

Alex Williams

Amazon

Industry & Sponsorships Co-Chairs

Lydia Manikonda

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Mike Schaekermann

Google Research

Social Media and Publicity Co-Chairs

Janet Yi-Ching Huang

Eindhoven University of Technology

Jean Song

DGIST

CrowdCamp Co-Chairs

Anhong Guo

University of Michigan

Saiph Savage

Northeastern University

Technology Co-Chairs

Amy Rechkemmer

Purdue University

Carlos Toxtli

Northeastern University / Clemson University

Website Co-Chairs

Danula Hettiachchi

RMIT University

Jordan Huffaker

University of Michigan

Social & Engagement Co-Chair

Nanyi Bi

National Taiwan University

Ujwal Gadiraju

Delft University of Technology

Associate Chairs

Alessandro Bozzon

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Lei Chen

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Shih-Fen Cheng

Singapore Management University

Gianluca Demartini

The University of Queensland, Australia

Panos Ipeirotis

New York University

Matthew Lease

University of Texas at Austin and Amazon

Atsuyuki Morishima

University of Tsukuba

Chris Welty

Google

Program Committee

Yukino Baba

University of Tsukuba

Joshua Becker

University College London

Boualem Benatallah

University of New South Wales

Samuel Carton

University of Chicago

Fabio Casati

University of Trento

Jon Chamberlain

University of Essex

Djellel Difallah

New York University

Molly Feldman

Oberlin College

Naman Goel

Oxford University

Sandy Gould

Cardiff University

Ben Green

University of Michigan

Oana Inel

University of Zurich

Joshua Introne

Syracuse University

Jason T. Jacques

University of St Andrews

Hisashi Kashima

Kyoto University

David Lee

UC Santa Cruz

Tianyi Li

Purdue University

Qi Li

Iowa State University

Rhema Linder

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Sarah Luger

Orange

Ioanna Lykourentzou

Utrecht University

Brian McInnis

UC San Diego

Jonas Oppenlaender

University of Jyväskylä

Hemant Purohit

George Mason University

Alexander Quinn

Purdue University

Kevin Roitero

University of Udine

Jeff Rzeszotarski

Cornell University

Cristina Sarasua

University of Zurich

David Sarne

Bar-Ilan University

Hailong Sun

Beihang University

Keishi Tajima

Kyoto University

Jacob Thebault-Spieker

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Beth Trushkowsky

Harvey Mudd College

Santosh Vempala

Georgia Tech

Jerome Waldispuhl

McGill University

Jingyan Wang

Georgia Institute of Technology

Juntao Wang

Harvard University

Mark Whiting

University of Pennsylvania

Sherry Wu

University of Washington

Jie Yang

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Conference Steering Committee (2022-2023)

Lora Aroyo

Google
Committee Co-Chair and HCOMP 2020 Co-Chair

Jeffrey Bigham

Carnegie Mellon University and Apple
HCOMP 2014 Co-Chair

Ece Kamar

Microsoft
HCOMP 2021 Co-Chair

Gabriella Kazai

Microsoft
HCOMP 2018 Co-Chair

Edith Law

University of Waterloo, Canada
HCOMP 2019 Co-Chair

Matthew Lease

University of Texas at Austin and Amazon
HCOMP 2016 Co-Chair

Kurt Luther

Virginia Tech
HCOMP 2021 Co-Chair

Elena Simperl

King's College London
Committee Co-Chair and HCOMP 2020 Co-Chair

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